OxyData can be used for Oxygen Generator Plants to monitor Oxygen Purity, Pressure, Flow rate & Temperature of the Oxygen being generated by Oxygen Generator Plants.
OxyData can also be used for Medical Oxygen pipelines to monitor Oxygen Purity, Pressure, Flow rate & Temperature of the Oxygen being carried by the Oxygen pipeline.
Who can use OxyData – G?
OxyData for Oxygen Generator Plant monitoring can be used by
– Oxygen Generator developers, manufacturers, installers, service providers/repairers
– Hospitals using Oxygen Generator plants.
OxyData for Medical Oxygen Pipeline can be used by
– Medical Oxygen Pipeline developers, manufacturers, installers, service providers/repairers
– Hospitals, at specific critical locations of the Oxygen Pipelines.
Medical Oxygen Generator Plants & Medical Oxygen Pipelines are used by Hospitals to continuously provide oxygen with high capacity in terms of higher flow rate and sufficient pressure to run the medical devices and to provide the oxygen directly to the patients.
Continuous Monitoring of critical parameters of Oxygen generated by oxygen generator plants like Oxygen Purity, Pressure, and Flow Rate, the temperature is vital as it has to maintain around 90% or higher purity, typically 60 PSI pressure (some times even up to 90 PSI), and flow rate as per the hospital requirement.
Continuous Monitoring and Alarms are also important, as
a change in purity requires some immediate correction at the generator plant level, or a leak in the pipeline will change the pressure (we all are aware of the recent incidences of oxygen leakage and its dangerous firing effects)
or change in Flow rate indicate either a leak or some chock up in the pipeline.
so monitoring as well as alarms for any of such unwanted situations, is required and is fulfilled by OxyData.
When Is OxyData – P Used?
To monitor all these oxygen generator plant output parameters is vital during installation, regular preventive maintenance, and during service or replacement of parts of the oxygen generator plants as well as medical gas pipelines.